Great to see this.
Metrolinx participates in Community Access to Transportation program for people with developmental disabilities.
On a brisk autumn morning, a very bundled up Carmen Farrugia waits patiently at a bus stop in downtown Hamilton. He’s wearing a bright red jacket and is standing on the sidewalk a few feet back from the curb.
As the bus approaches, Farrugia waits for the vehicle to come to a complete stop before stepping on board and tapping his PRESTO card. He greets the bus driver with a big smile and then strategically finds a seat close to the front.
While this process likely seems routine for most people who take public transit, for Farrugia, this trip is actually the result of months of practise – and has been methodically planned out.
Carmen Farrugia is one of more than 1,500 people in Hamilton who have now completed the Community Access to Transportation travel training course. Photo by…
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